A crash course in changing the world.
The 25th Anniversary Empowering Women of Color Conference (EWOCC) entitled: Intergenerational Wisdom: Celebrating Our Past, Present, & Future, returned on March 13-14, 2010 to the UC Berkeley Campus to honor the legacy of women of color in the U.S.; to celebrate the struggles of women of all ages; and to provide a space for growth, empowerment, and practical tools for everyday life. This year, the nation’s oldest and largest women of color conference focused on embracing our collective
histories, acknowledging our impact on the present, and supporting our lifelong development across generations. The two-day conference was dedicated to issues affecting women at every stage of their lives with workshops, speakers, panels, performances, networking, and vendors of interest to all age groups.
The 2010 conference included a panel of acclaimed Bay Area activists, scholars, artists, and leaders in community building and women's issues. The conference also hosted the vibrance and stimulation of Rebecca Walker and Aurora Levins Morales for two Saturday keynote addresses.